Do you or someone you know have a bad mood easily throughout the job hunting journey? Some Candidates lose their emotional control while submitting tons of job applications, before and after job interviews, or when they made a mistake. If you already have your resume ready and completed all interview training, only mental factors link… Continue reading Winning Job Interviews – The Third Most Important Thing Candidates Often Ignore (Besides Your Resume and Interview Skills)
Myth #1: Should I include every single experience I have had on my resume? As we mentioned in our previous article about the sale approach in interview, the same “sale” approach applies to resume as well. Will a sale representative at a clothing store show you everything in the entire store? No, he/she will only… Continue reading 3 Myths about winning (losing) resume
It’s been a week since you had an interview, you thought you did well because you told them what you did at your last (current) job and some achievements. Somehow, the long-awaiting job offer has still not arrived… Obviously, luck might always play a role here. However, our real experience in helping our international students… Continue reading What do you “sell” at a job interview?
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Job hunting has never been easy. It is a very painful and disappointed process. Looking for a full-time job is actually a full-time job itself. Job hunting is even more stressful for international students. We have “been there, done that” and we can confidently say that a “realistic” plan which helps you target the Right… Continue reading A “detour” to land a job at a Big 4 accounting firm?